I think Audrey Hepburn hit the nail on the head when she said, “There is a shade of red for every woman.”. From cranberry to candy apple and every shade in between, studies have shown that wearing red not only makes us more persuasive, it also increases enthusiasm, encourages confidence and provides a sense of comfort from anxiety. With February upon us, so are thoughts of Valentine’s Day fashion and the beautiful color, red. Red is also a color of beauty and love, so we can’t help but feel more beautiful when wearing the highest arc of the rainbow. In fact, thinking about that little piece of information, I definitely think I need to get more red in my wardrobe! Valentine’s Day fashion is definitely on the radar with this holiday of love right around the corner. We tend to want to pull out anything red and with a romantic flair.
Of course when we start brainstorming Valentine’s Day fashion, we automatically start thinking of shades of red. For years we have always associated Valentine’s Day with red, love, flowers, chocolate, teddy bears and cupid. It’s a holiday of romance and hearts. It’s the one day of the year where we take the time to love, love.
This boho Valentine’s Day fashion look is perfect for both day and night. The peep-shoulder tunic, Kendra Scott jewelry, Kristin Cavallari booties and Kate Spade handbag create such a romantic look, perfect, for this romantic day in February.